This kit consists of nine modules, each containing a PowerPoint presentation and a set of facilitator notes. The notes expand on the content of the slides and provide guidance in facilitating the modules, which combine presentation and small-group work.
Resources to run a participatory research writing workshop at your institution.
Video of presentation on preparing the literature review section of a thesis or dissertation. One of the most popular videos on our online research writing courses
This toolkit has been developed for facilitators who are interested in introducing gender mainstreaming in higher education in order to challenge gender inequality.
Resources to run a training of trainers in research writing workshop at your institution.
- Academic writing and style (168)
- Career resources (29)
- Communicating outside academia (28)
- Data analysis and statistics (16)
- Grant proposal writing (68)
- Mentoring and collaboration (8)
- Oral and poster presentations (43)
- Peer reviewing and editing (61)
- Research and publication ethics (74)
- Research literature (12)
- Scientific writing (269)
- The publishing process (78)
- Training resources (59)
Medical Writing Corner. This article on the AME Medical Journal provides an instructional review about how to write effective discussion sections for original medical research articles.
IFIS talks you through the process of choosing a journal and preparing to submit.
This LSE blog gives you 7 useful tips for writing a good abstract.
This Nature article asks researchers to explain the work they did to make their literature reviews effective.
This goal of this editorial is to help mentors and mentees navigate the research and publication processes.
Volker Wenzel, M.D., M.Sc., Martin W. Dünser, M.D., Karl H. Lindner, M.D.
Holly Beanlands, MA
The CommKit is a collection of guides to successful communication in the biological sciences, written by the BRCL Fellows.
Raymond Talinbe Abdulai and Anthony Owusu-Ansah
Write Like a Scientist, Website.